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in the 1984 san francisco kidnapping of kevin collins. dan therrian, who went by the name of 'kelly' lived in the haight ashbury home police searched earlier this week. they were looking for clues into collins disappearance. this is a 2003 drivers license picture of therrian. he died back in 2008. therrian's masonic avenue home is located right across the street from kevin's school. kron fours' terisa estacio talked with collins mother about this newest information. ann collins remembers some of these distinctive details with this man that matched the description. in the past, credible witnesses in the past saying that he was last seen with a man with a black dog. this man, who went by the name " kelly ". also had a dog. they do not remember police identified him by name but just focused a suspect of a neighbor that lived near the bus stop. and as far as why now? they are digging up the ground where he used to live at whashe.. as for fisheries and we have spoken to the new inspectors-she has spoken to her theories about the disappearance to the new inspector. she spoke to the new inspector
will appear in court. he was the second person to speak out against puppeteer kevin clash. the third accuser is also expected in court. that person has yet to be identified. clash is a baltimore native and as a result of these accusations he has since resigned from his role with "sesame street." >>> taking a look today, police in anne arundel county seized an arsenal of weapons from a man they say snuck into a high school this week. >> this morning the suspect is at shepherd pratt. police are still trying to figure out why 25-year-old justin beaumont went to norris county high school on monday. he followed an employee into the school through a doored that not yet been closed. he was charged with trespassing and a further investigation led police to a cache of weapons in his home in glen burnie. along with magazines full of ammunition. that's when officers went into high alert. >> post-connecticut, we have got to recognize as an agency, as a nation, as a state, that our school children, we have to take these kind of precautionary thorough investigative steps to make sure that we do everything
for a long time. kevin, tell me, first of all how long you've been here and what it means to get a title. >> i've been here almost 30 years. >> 30 years. >> 30 years working for the family. give or take a few more. great people to work for. >> you've seen it getting the football team back and that second championship. what does it mean? >> this is great. baltimore waiting for this. this is our second title. it's a big deal. i'm loving it. i'm on top of the world. >> it's kind of a community feel with this team and with this community. is that accurate? you don't want to say that versus other teams. but it feels more so in baltimore. >> that's true. baltimore takes pride in their team. we have some of the best fans in the nfl. this is a great place and it was played just like baltimore. it wasn't pretty but it's just like baltimore. >> joe flacco is he the number one adopted son in this town? >> most definitely. i've been a joe flacco fan forever. and for all the haters, now they have to eat a little bit of sweet. >> are you going to help pay for his contract? >> i'll send him a burger. >
million for 26 episodes of "house of cards," luring the likes of two-time oscar winner kevin spacey. >> if they're going to compete, they're going to have to eventually start doing original content. >> we're not nominating ing you secretary of state. >> reporter: spacey plays a devious congressman in the show. the show's entire first season of 13 episodes is being released simultaneously. >> you wonder whether people want a more staggered season, or if they want to consume everything all in one go. we'll find that out for sure. >> reporter: that's because netflix will do the same thing later this year with another show they're bankrolling. >> let's all say hello. >> reporter: brand new episodes of the cult comedy "arrested development." it's an effort to beat online rivals such as amazon and hulu to the punch. >> it's their hope to make them competitive with cable broadcasters and providers like hbo, showtime, and fx. >> reporter: whether "house of cards" provides a firm foundation will be up to consumers. mark barger, nbc news. >>> drivers are doing double takes at gas stations. co
, kevin mccarthy is here next with movie guide. >> like iron man ', baby. i can't wait. >> all right. today is the day for the big game and for some big blockbusters, movie studios have splurged for some high profile tv spots to preview their latest film. i'm super excited about this. what can you expect to see today? >> clayton might explode during this interview. here to give us a sneak peek kevin mccarthy. good to see you. iron man 3, huh? >> hey, i cannot wait. super bowl ads are upwards of $4 million for 30 second spot which is justified considering last year was the television's history's most watched broadcast in the history of television. 100.4 million average viewers. iron man 3. i have to mention this. i kind of miss the surprise of not knowing what spots are going to air. i have to admit that i do go online and i do watch all the spots. i watch them every time. iron man 3, i cannot wait, robert downie jr. jon favreau is not back to direct. this the first two did over $1 billion. they can obviously afford a super bowl ad. i have to say this is my geek out movie of the year.
to bring america back. eric cantor, kevin mccarthy, paul ryan joined by common-sense conservative candidates from across the country. together, they are ready to make history. together they are the young guns. >> the good old days. in 2011, cantor launched the you cut program. he wanted to get the public to vote on weekly cuts to federal government. another year, another failure. so today cantor launched the "making life work" campaign. he is trying desperately to avoid the republican brand. >> the average american is not thinking about and trying to wonder about where the republican party is. they're thinking about how to make their life work, which is exactly what we're talking about here today. >> so cantor offered americans a warmed over speech filled with a few policy ideas. well, the highlights cantor advocated were, let's see, mitt romney's tax reform plan. mitt romney's education reform plan, and unworkable cuts as usual to medicare and medicaid. not surprisingly, cantor was not willing to get specific about any legislation to make these ideas a reality. >> we do intend to
sunday running for cars yourself and being one of the problem solvers and kevin jarvis. thank you for having is. [applause] >> congressman. >> take all of you for being here. we have a long history of doing, i think, what "no labels" is trying to do, work across the aisle, work in a bipartisan manner. we actually have health care changes in my state that both republicans and direct press report -- support, educational stuff going on that republicans and democrats support. unlike a car receptivity years ago it was astonishing how little interaction there was avoid of an opportunity to talk to another member of a different party is hopefully now going to be filled with this "no labels" group. i am sitting next to my good friends here in congress, to republicans that tolerate my existence, which i appreciate kindly. [laughter] but the forum to do this is not in congress. "no labels" is really an opportunity, believe it or not, congressmen and women have to sit down together and understand how we to other things, what their districts are all about because it is not all about myself ta
statement, which have full relate to and the other one not. >> representative kevin mathews from oklahoma. my question is to ms. davies. the type one in type two types of thinking the way we influence and the fact we haven't listed bias, when we use the type to thinking and rationale, has your research showed that it actually make the difference in the way people will act? specifically talking about voting and tying these things to the value of having a safer public and their stated values of cost in lives when we cater to the type two type of thinking, has your research on this effect could take you to change or do we just now that's the way people think? >> well, he can make a difference if it's informed, analytical thinking. but a lot of thinking that we do, we think of his rational that is actually quite irrational. so it really depends whether a police officer engaged in a particular police practice, for example, understands the way that cracked this operates structurally and also that the opposite may be susceptible to implicit bias when engaged in a practice. he may be thinking abo
, kevin green, and tim brown. >>> 1:45 this morning on delta fair boulevard, police say a driver lost control and hit a tree before coming to a stop on the sidewalk. the pedestrian was found pinned beneath the car. police are looking into the cause of the crash. >>> an oakland woman may face criminal charges for prompting a false amber alert about a child that does not even exist. highway signs began flashing the alert yesterday morning. the woman told police that her boyfriend attacked her and kidnapped their 18-month-old daughter near their home on 96th avenue. well, the boyfriend later surrendered and told his side of the story. investigators then confirmed there was no child and may seek charges against the woman. so far, police are not releasing her name. >>> san jose's annual gang prevention program is under way right now. the idea is to have the city's gang task force work with community members toward the common goal of reducing gang violence. some of the issues addressed will be neighborhood safety, as well as crime prevention. >>> oakland police are objecting to a report by
you can send them to my e-mail address. kevin.cook at dps -- >> there we've listened to a very brief news conference. what we heard is that the 5-year-old boy has been taken hostage by jimmy lee dykes in an underground bunker there in alabama, has been for five days. has now been given some toys, some coloring books, the kinds of food he would like to eat. you heard the sheriff thank mr. dykes for allowing them to send these splice down to support that 5-year-old little boy who reportedly suffers from asberger's syndrome and also adhd. there are reports he's been crying for his parents understandably so. keep in mind he's just 5-year-old. was abducted from his school bus after his school bus driver was shot trying to protect his kids. as soon as we have any updates we'll bring that to you now. >>> i bring in my panel reuters political reporter and "politico" reporter. let's get to those verbal skeptics, andy, who really went after the president when he said he'd gone skeat shooting. so this picture we're showing right here, that was released by the white house by jay carney. does thi
. host: kevin is on the unemployed line. caller: i've been out of work four years. i retrained for medical records after my job in the commercial printing industry was offshored. i've been trying to get employment as a medical coder,. i filed a complaint against one of the large hospital systems and was told it would likely go nowhere and all they could furnish me with was a right to sue letter. simultaneously, i filed a complaint with the civil rights center, because the local one- stop employment offices were not following up on my discrimination complaint against the hospital system. there is a lot working against the unemployed. i am finding people who are retrained for another field out of work long term, this is being held against us in addition to gender, age, disability. to your comment about the eeoc, i have to agree that you have a 1% shot of getting any resolution. host: the brunt of age. is this a factor in this process? guest: it is. among the long-term unemployed, people out of work for more than six months, and all the studies show that is the turning point. if y
. kevin costa hark inside and robert and a few other names we'll probably never know but his real name is tony mendez, a legend in the cia known as the master of disguise. >> what's your middle name? what's your middle name? shoot him. he's an american spy. >> it's a story that could have been left out of our history books. >> a better idea than this? >> this the best bad idea we have by far. >> that idea was "argo," conceived and implemented by top ranking cia agent tony mendez. he convinced iran that "argo" was a science fiction film and led americans to safety. >> this american hero did this mission to save six lives and did it with this most outrageous cover story. his ingenuity and inventiveness struck me. >> mendez served as cia's chief of disguise, an artist in charge of creating cover stories to rescue people from dangerous situations. and iran in 1980 was as dangerous as it comes. >> nervous? >> we call it the gut check. when it starts groaning, listen to it, check it out, about 90% and you go. >> this artist's canvas was the world stage of espionage. it was a high-stakes care
that will be coming soon to a showroom near you. kevin tibbles is at the 2013 chicago auto show. this is a dream come true. i love that thing. take it away. >> reporter: matt, there is no better way to beat the gray, february blues than a trip to see all the colors here at the chicago auto show. i mean, check it out. it's the largest, longest-running auto show in no north mencamerica. kick a few tires and dream. high-quality imports, stylish domestics. the tiny through the tremendous. all here for the public to savor and, most importantly, discover. ford's innovation for the american family? wave your foot to open the back cargo door. >> voila. what prevents some random person from coming up and opening this door? >> you do have to have the key faub on you. >> reporter: made in the u.s.a. and available at the end of the year. this is where you plug in the cadillac. the knock on volkswagen beetle was that only women liked its rounded shape. this does not look like your dead's beetle. now it's sleeked down and souped up. so it's really shnell. >> it can be. >> it's swell and shnell. and that means fast
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